JOSEPHINE: A parallel SPH code for free-surface flows. JOSEPHINE is a parallel Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics program, designed to solve unsteady free-surface flows. The adopted numerical scheme is efficient and has been validated on a first case, where a liquid drop is stretched over the time. Boundary conditions can also be modelled, as it is demonstrated in a second case: the collapse of a water column. Results show good agreement with both reference numerical solutions and experiments. The use of parallelism allows significant reduction of the computational time, even more with large number of particles. JOSEPHINE has been written so that any untrained developers can handle it easily and implement new features.
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